Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, is slated to be the closing session speaker at the Women’s Foodservice Forum’s 2019 Annual Leadership Development Conference, set for March 10-13 in Dallas.
During an armchair conversation with Hattie Hill, WFF president and CEO, the duchess will share elements of her story as a global humanitarian, as well as the importance of entrepreneurship and philanthropy. She will also share insight into how women can make a global impact and live purpose-driven lives.
“As WFF celebrates 30 years of accelerating women’s workplace advancement, it was important to illustrate our belief in limitless possibilities for women, especially on-site at our 2019 conference,” said Hill. “The duchess is a living example of what is possible when women push beyond preconceived limits, embrace confidence and experience breakthrough success.”
The conference is an immersive leadership development experience where nearly 3,000 women connect with and learn from industry influencers, experts and each other. Most notably, this annual event provides an opportunity for major-brand companies to collaborate on industrywide gender equity solutions that will enable the food industry to win the war for talent, reap the rewards of gender diversity and drive business growth.
For more information, see www.wff.org.